Genius of America

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Genius of America
Studio album by The Tubes
Released October 15, 1996
Genre Rock
Length 53:15
Label Critique
Producer Richard Marx, The Tubes
The Tubes chronology
Love Bomb
(1985)
Genius of America
(1996)
Wild In London
(2005)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

The Tubes returned to the studio in 1996 for this release. Genius of America marked a number of firsts for the band: the first CD-only release, the first self-produced release, and the first body of work which includes Gary Cambra. The line-up features Fee, Roger, Rick, Prairie and Gary Cambra.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Genius of America" (Cambra, Prince) - 4:00
  2. "Arms of the Enemy" (Cambra, Waybill) - 4:29
  3. "Say What You Want" (Cambra, Waybill) - 4:09
  4. "How Can You Live With Yourself" (Marx, Waybill) - 5:15
  5. "Big Brother's Still Watching" (Lukather, Marx, Waybill) - 5:31
  6. "After All You Said" (Steen, Waybill) - 4:29
  7. "Fishhouse" (Cambra, Prince, Steen) - 4:38
  8. "Fastest Gun Alive" (Anderson, Cambra, Steen, Waybill) - 5:05
  9. "I Never Saw It Comin'" (Cambra, Waybill) - 3:19
  10. "Who Names the Hurricanes" (Cambra, Prince) - 4:50
  11. "It's Too Late" (Steen, Waybill) - 2:52
  12. "Around the World" (Cambra, Waybill) - 4:47

Personnel[edit]

Musicians
Production
  • Mike Ainsworth – assistant engineer
  • Chris Bellman – mastering
  • Bob Biles – engineer
  • David Bryant – assistant engineer
  • Michael Cotton – concept consultant
  • Bill Darm – engineer
  • Annamaria DiSanto – photography
  • Bill Drescher – engineer, mixing
  • Rory Earnshaw – photography
  • Kim Foscato – engineer
  • Dave Huron – assistant engineer
  • Michael Johnson – assistant engineer
  • Paul Knotter – concept consultant
  • Kenji Nakai – assistant engineer
  • Prairie Prince – art direction, design, photography
  • Ralph Provino – concept consultant
  • Witold Riedel – art direction

References[edit]

  1. ^ Connolly, Dave. "Genius of America - The Tubes | AllMusic". allmusic.com. Retrieved 15 October 2011.